Backup and Recovery Planning
What will you do when disaster strikes?
A recent study discovered that of companies experiencing a “major” business data loss, 43% never reopened, 51% closed within two years of the loss and a mere 6% survived over the long term. For small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) in particular, these statistics hint at the necessity for crafting Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity strategies grounded in robust data backup and recovery solutions.
Disaster Recovery Planning
Unlike enterprises, many small- and medium-sized businesses cannot afford the optimal in-house strategies and technical solutions required to successfully initiate or execute a disaster recovery plan in the event of a disaster. If this sounds like your business, you are currently running at an elevated risk of being put out of business due to a major data loss event.
Loss of data can mean emails, accounting data, employee information, patient or client files, company records, client legal records or orders and so on.
According to the US Bureau of Labor, 93% of companies that suffer a significant data loss are out of business within five years.
Through our years of experience in this area, we know that disaster recovery is a major concern for the entire organization, not just data processing. To develop an effective plan, all departments should be involved, wherein everyone’s critical needs are identified and addressed. Critical needs include information and equipment required to continue operations should a department be destroyed or become inaccessible.
Our specialist Disaster Recovery Consulting Team can help you devise a near-bulletproof Disaster Recovery Plan so that you can have total peace of mind that your critical systems and processes are safe and/or can recover from any potential data or system loss situation.
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